The Ottawa Sportspage’s monthly summary of sports news in the nation’s capital.
Ottawa’s Charlotte McLaughlin left the 2018 Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships with two medals around her neck thanks to her technically perfect rides.
If you’ve ever set foot in a tennis club in the nation’s capital, chances are you’ve crossed paths with Nick Patterson – the man who embodies the name of his tennis teaching service, Tennis for Life Ottawa.
To reach the top in any sport, focusing on the finer details is key. For high school age football players looking to perfect their craft, the off-season months are the crucial time to do just that.
In addition to a top physical training program, 7-on-7 football can provide a perfect opportunity for positional players to improve their jump, run and catch skills.
Still very early in a rapidly rising journey, the Sports Training Academy has quickly gained recognition within the Ottawa sports community as the #1 place to go for high-performance athlete development.
Beatrice Weiss-Reid of the Greater Ottawa Kingfish may be dealing with some neck problems after hauling off seven medals from the 2018 ‘AA’ Ontario Provincial Swimming Championships.
At his first nationals as a senior athlete, Thomas Nedow made a bet with his brother, Tim Nedow, to see who could best the other in the men’s shotput final.
Meanwhile, twin sisters Divya and Devyani Biswal proved they still know how to represent their home town at the 2018 Canadian Track and Field Championships.